Despite the defeat, Monza represented a sign of recovery. Above all, Maranello clarified the porpoising directive and the French fund
True, Ferrari did not win at Monza, but the balance sheet, even though it was defeated by Red Bull, cannot be considered bankruptcy, quite the contrary. If from a purely sporting point of view the result can only be partially satisfactory, from a technical point of view the F1-75 has returned to being the car that in the first part of the season had given a hard time to the RB18, even on tracks considered easy terrain. conquest for the car of the Milton Keynes team. But not only. In the three races, which preceded the Monza appointment, the performance on the track of the F1-75 had in fact seemed totally disconnected from the data that emerged in the simulations, with a profound lack of correlation that led one to think that the direction of the developments, with the doubt that the introduction of the Technical Directive 39, relating to the containment of the effect of porpoising (hopping) on the straight, had affected the reds with greater depth than the rival cars.